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Re: Foliar Nematode Research for Resistant Cultivars

In a message dated 9/24/1999 7:31:24 AM Central Daylight Time, 
Sam020857@aol.com writes:

    As in human immunology, is it not possible that determining resistant 
 varieities and just what makes them resistant may lead to the "cure"?  Just 
 thought ...
 Sandie >>

IF there are resistant plants, most likely the resistance is do to a chemical 
in the plants. IF there are Hosta that are resistant then this chemical can 
be isolated and synthised and tested as a treatment.
of course this all depends on the IF.

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